• Access, Share, Innovate.

    Access a wide variety of tools for home renovations, gardening and lawn maintenance, repairs, DIY projects and more! Annual memberships start at $55/year. Start borrowing today!


Trade Skills Training

The Toronto Tool Library team recently worked with the Lawrence Heights Revitalization Project to provide real skills training in the trades, while building improvements for local families to enjoy. Watch the video to see the awesome participants!

Holiday Hours 2021

Thank you for another great year of tool sharing! The Toronto Tool Library will be closed from December 23, 2021 to January 3, 2022. If you have tools due for return during these days, they will be automatically extended until the reopening date.

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We have a wide variety of tools available for you to borrow in our inventory. Search for anything you need for your renovation or project.

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During C19, we have restored operations at a central location of the Toronto Tool Library. Click here for details and hours!

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Events + Workshops

NOTICE: During Step Two, TTLMakerspace is operational for members at 25% capacity. Limited spots are available for workshops and training.

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Sharing Is Better

Borrowing, instead of buying tools that you don't need every day is the better way to save money, remove clutter your from your home, and send less into landfills. With a wide variety of tools for all types of jobs a membership with the Toronto Tool Library can help you handle your project plans - and all the little jobs that come up unexpectedly.

Hear from real community members.

"Get a membership here if you need to rent tools. Such a better price than anywhere else and it supports the sharing economy. For example a tool i needed was $40 a day at the big-box store, but here was just $5 for 3 days. I'm going to upgrade my membership this week as I have some projects next month but for a regular membership you can't find a better deal with such a great selection. Worth every penny."

Andrew Y.

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